Supernatural fans have seen demons, angels, and the Garden of Eden in the past seasons. In season 11, they may get a glimpse of God himself, in the hit series.
Actor Jared Padelecki in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, dished on the divine possibility and said, "I think [the Darkness] certainly opens the door for Lucifer and/or God to pop up." The actor also teased that the show is going more biblical, and told EW, "We're certainly going back to that and going a bit more biblical and having our take on the writings that didn't make it into the Bible."
This could also mean that Sam and Dean have to turn to Metatron, but even his knowledge isn't a match for God. Padelecki equipped, "Since we know God's a scribe, we may have to invite him along for the ride."
The 5th season of Supernatural ended with Lucifer falling into the cage. Fans have been waiting for the possible return of one of the series' greatest villains, and their wish may just come true in season 11.
Previously, Misha Collins who plays Angel Castiel said that his character and Dean will put their differences aside and unite to fight the pre-biblical threat. He said, "We are going to see them put their differences aside and unite against that common enemy. I think that they are aware that the presence of The Darkness is actually their fault and they have to clean up the mess that they have made."
"This season is going to be about reuniting us against a big bad, which is something we have done before, but it is changing it up. It's giving us a new focus and I think that is going to be great," Collins teased.
The season 10 finale left Sam, Dean, Castiel and Crowley in a dire situation. The Winchester brothers are enveloped by darkness, and the angel is struggling to fight Rowena's guard dog spell that compels him to kill the King of Hell, in the episode titled My Brother's Keeper. Supernatural season 11 will premiere on 7 October on The CW.